The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 82, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 25, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
EARLY SEPTEMBER .
MARRIAGE Of LOCAL
COUPLE IS ANNOUNCED
IMr. and Mrs. J. B. Sandridge of
whitesboro have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Mrs*
Maymie Maeyers and Robert Dale
both of Denison, which occurred
Sept. 1 at Durant, Okla., with
Rev- S. M- Shirley officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. E- B. Ancutt of this
City attended the couplo,
'Mr. and Mrs. Dale were compli-
mented with a wedding supper
at the Ancutt residence and a din
er the following ay at the Dale
The bridal couple are residing
on South Burnett avenue
T H E P R
Above The Average Copper
( Coming Star
San Francisco—This Washington A C. relay team
successfully defended their title In the National
AAU Women's Senior Swimming Championships.
Left to right: Olive McKean Mucha, Doris Buckley,
Belly Lea, Janet Hughes.
BOY SCOUT TROOP
HIKE NEXT WEEK
Troop No. 1, Boy Scouts ot
America met Friday evening
with thirteen present Don Specgle,
senior patrol leader, presided.
Plans were made for an over-
night hike Friday, Oct. 1st-
Charles Woods was unable to be
present due to an appendcitis
operation Monday at the City
C. E- Coonrod, scoutmaster, was
present, as well as Rev. Harry
Lee Virden, E. N. Berglund, Joe
Ward and Leighton McKinney
Five visitors attended.
The veteran actor comes to the
Star theatre for a 10:45 prevue
tonight in “Hideaway.”
A Movie Fan
“The Road Back”—From
novel by Erich Maria Remarque.
Screen play by R. C. Sherriff and
Charles Kenyo. Directed by
James Whale and released by (
TO RESUME MEETINGS
1 The Woman's Home Missionary
society of First Methodist church
will hold its first meeting of tho
fall Tuesday at 11 a. m. in the
chapel of the church, it has been
announced. Mrs. C. II Riley and
Mrs. H- W. Clark will be joint
A covered dish luncheon will bo
served during the noon hour The
society has been inactive during
summer months and expects a full
attendance at this, the first met-
ing in which their activi-
ties will be resumed.
The cast—John King, Richard
J Cromwell, Slim Summerville, An-
dy Devine, Barbara Read, Louise
! Fazenda, Noah Berry, Jr-, Mau-
j lice Murphy, John Emery, Etienne
; Giradot, Lionel Atwill, Henry
I Hunter, Gene Garrick, Jean Rou-
j verol, Gretna Gynte, Spring By-
ington, Frank Reicber, Laura
Hope Crews, Charles Hal ton, Ar-
thur Hohl, William Davidson, A!
Shean, Samuel S> Hinds, Robert
Warwick, Edwin Maxwell-
WAPLES CHOIR HAS
PARTY FRIDAY NIGHT
AT McELVANEY HOME
Members of the Waples Mem-
orial choir were entertained Fri-
day evening at the home of Miss-
es Estelle and Marie McElvaney
on West Crawford street. Inform-
al entertainment was followed by
a refreshment course. The Miss ;
A backward glance of about
twenty years shows a bitter and
1 devastating study of the German
boys coming home from tho
trenches after the armistice, to
, lace starvation and revolution.
A.l this one can see in about 10b
minutes at the showing of “The
Road Back,” current vehicle at
| the Rialto.
There is tremendous drama in
Erich Remarque’s composition
and this is brought home in full
force from the moment the weird
silence of peace settles on the
western front. The dreams of
home and loved ones that sus-
tained soldiers throughout the
battle are gone, and with them
are gone faithful wives and sweet-
TampU Football Squad Stages First Practics—
Oak Lans, Pa. — Glenn (Pop) Warner, head
coach, taking a bite out of a cake shaped like
a football. Warner has been grid coach at
Temple for the last five years.__
lack Kerscher of Black-
| foot, Idaho, world cham-
pion sleer bulldogger of
1936, shows the start of
the wrestling manoeu-
vers necessary lo win
the Gruen watch (strap-
horn) which went as an
added trophy lo the
champion bulldogger ol jS’V
Com Vnllau'e lirel nnmml
Janet Gaynor and Fredric March,
I seen above, s'ar in “A Star is
i Born,” Star feature Sunday and
and he was obliged to dispatch it
with a hoe.
Mrs. Peter Linn, who resides
east of here one and a half mile*
is a pioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Linn
Ann Sot hern, beauteous screen actress, takes the leading feminine
■ole opposite Jack Oakie in “Super Sleuth,” coming Wednesday and
Friday to the Rialto theatre.
Message Worth Dying For.’
Sun Valley’s first annual
rodeo. He first had to
throw a lough sleer, and
take the watch from Its horn. The watch came
Oscar Bradley, British-born conductor and for
years musical director of the great Florenz
Zieg'eld’s stage productions, has been signed
agum as maestro ol comedian Phil Baker's
broadcasts Sunday nights over the WABC-
Coiumbla network. _ _
St. Luke’s Episcopal
i Services for th1 Eighteenth
! Sunday after Trinity, September
| Both, l'.i:!7: 7:36 a m., Holy
i Communion; 9:45 a. m , junior
church nnj church school; 11 a
m-, morning prayer and sermon.
will speak at 11 a. m. on "Pure
Gold vs. Fool’s Gold.” The pastor
will speak at the evening service
on “ The Hills of Life” at 7:30.
Church school at 9:45 a. m.
with the superintendent, Mrs. J.
G. Layton, in charge,
t un#, g
through unscathed. It was won by Harry Hart .,
(Inset) ol Pocatello.___’_
Their Wedding Delayed 44 Years—
Connellsville, Pa — On the eve of
their wedding 44 years ago prelty
Athalinda Theresa Stillwagon, then
20, quarreled with her liancee, Aaron
Lieberger, and broke oil their en-
gagement Laler each married an-
other. and then their spouses died.
(They began a correspondence which
(ended in their meriting a.yin and
finally being reunited. '
Assembly of God
Surid y school 9:4;i; morning
worship 11:00, subject, "Power
Belong o God.” C. A. (young
people) 6:45. Evangelistic ser-
i vice 7:45, subject “Poor Old Earth
or Giving, Stealing and Selling.”
All weekly services
the r< gular schedule.
Oscar Samples Novel
Recipss — New culinary
history was made re-
cently when luncheon
using beer as an In- |
gredienl ol every dish .................. ..............
was prepared andcr; —71 Is* *
served at The Waldorl-Astoria, Hew York The lunch .on wa:;
in honor ol Mrs. Helen Watte Schreibor, whose ! ool b t, '1'
To Serve Beer," has juc! come oil the pre ■ 1! Oseo-
Waldorf is shown tasting u piquant saucr • Ln.v.' j
chi el chef, awaits judgment. _
The pastor will preach both
s'tvhe.s Sunday. II s subject
Sunday morning wi ■ “The Joy
o, Serving Jc.su ." Sunday
school s arts at 9:45 a. in. with J.
Paul Steel in charge.
Sunday night the pastor will
use us his subject this question
“Does it Pay to be a Christian?"
In his subject the pr.s or will <1 a!
with the p Bin facts of thi every
BTU meets at 7 o’clock and
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
'Tomotion day in the younger de-
Morning worship at 10:50. The
mstor, Rev. S. L. Terry will, on
the morning hour, speak on “The
Church of Today” and at the even
tng hour on “The Measures of
Life.” The choir will sing spec-
Junior Bible story hour at 5 p.
M. Young people C. E. at 6:15 p.
m. with Lloyd Franklin in Charge.
made the first brick in Denison
and erected the firs' brick home
in the city. Thut was in the fall
of 1872. Pete Linn died long
since, but Mrs. Linn sti’d works
her farm andi will bring to the
Denison market this year ten
hales of cotton.
The millinery opening of R. D.
Prime's was a magnificent event
which attracted thousands. No
more attractive display was ever
made. No one surpasses Beirne
when if come to a millinery dis-
play. He lias stood at the head
of the list for many yeaj». Miss
McKinzie is in charge of the miV
iinery department and showed
many beautiful foreign styles and
pattern hats, as well as those of
her own designing.
DENISON 62 YEARS AGO—
(continued from page onet
had made its home in a cotton
basket. The snake showed; fight ||
when disturbed by Mr. Woodard
preaching service at 8 o'clock.
. hearts, leaving an empty shell
McElvaney were assisted in hos- ( that overflows with bewilderment
Nine Tons Of Glass Used In Finale
Of “Broadway Melody” At The Rialto
Mrs. Ralph Johnson,
Mrs. Acel Casteel is recovering
from an operation this week at
St. Vincent's hospital in Sherman.
Her conditon is very satisfactory
toward rightful killing.
The most powerful moments in
the film are when the boys go
back for study in their school-
rooms, and the climaxing court
scene dominated by John King.
The story has been somewhat
lightened by cx lamp lighter Slim
Summerville and his
The world’s largest and heavi- sen, Red Cravat, the racehorse,
est curtain appears in the grand! and a mixed chorus of 100 danc-
finale number of “Broadway j ers, combined
Forest Park was tho setting
Friday of a party for the primary
Melody of 1938” which co-stars
Robert Taylor and Eleanor Pow-
ell at the Rialto theatre for a
A day showing starting Sunday.
The curtain, composed of solid
, romance* ,,[asSi weighs more than nine tons
.with Louise Fazenda. While wc*:..nd is 100 feet wide and 120
.welcomed this touch of comedy,! feet high. Bv means of a compli-
i nt .s- ----'•
the same time it
department of Waples Memorial Juhn King has the l ading role
church. Mrs. Hugh Anderson,' end takes it in his stride
usperintendent was in charge of! manner that
the affair and was
rated series of hinges, controlled
by hydraulic pressure, the curtain
I was lowered backwards to the
ln a i floor of the stage to become a
is worthy of recog- serieg of 8tCps on which Miss
with a singing
Others n the M-G-M extrava
ganza, directed by Roy Del Ruth,
axe Binnie Barnes, Raymond
Walburn, Robert Benchley, Wil-
lie Howard, Charles Orapewin
and Robert Wildhack.
Dave Gould directed the ensem-
tract for several months awaiting
a role pex-fectly suited to her tal-
ent, cast her for a part in “A
Star is Born,” the technicolor
production starring Janet Gaynor
and Fredric March showing at
the Star theatre Sunday and Mon-
Although this marks her bow
on the American screen, Miss
Jenns made her debut as an ac-
tress on the London stage in
1932, while still io her teens and
has been featured in several
Sunday school a 9:4", after
which a communion service will
be held with Dr. 1). E. Hawk
preaching on “Christ and Com-
munion.” Choir anthem is "O
Precious Saviour.” The church
will then unite with Trinity Meth-
odist for a freedom from debt cel-
NATIONAL UNION RADIO TUBES
are rated the highest of any radio tuba
on the market, by the United States
Bureau of Standards.
DENISON RADIO SERVICE
7 o’clock is the hour for young
people and hat evening Dr. Hawk
will speak on “The Unbelieving."
Duet by Doris Virgini a Dies aml(
Minnette Lomax. Wednesday
night the fourth quarterly confer-,
ence is to be held.
OFFICES FOR RENT
NEW LARGE MODERN OFFICES
WITH FILM DEBUT
Mr. and Mrs. Ed war d Pedigo
have returned to Sherman after
a wedding trip to Colorado. Mrs.
Pedigo, the former Miss Fayrene
Knight, is well known here.
assisted bvition. .John Emery as the young j poweU( Gcorge Murphy and 100
( U . ^)ea,s "‘itching. Barbara dancers perform a waltz routine.
Read w quite talented as the vain ; Designed by Cedric Gibbons
and unfaithful sweetheart and
Noah Berry Jr. makes the most of
a young German
fatally on the
tice.—G. A- V.
ve of the armis-
season Friday afternoon with
Mrs. Joe Rutherford presiding. A
aeries of winter activities were
lotions, beauty creams, rouges
and lipstick, as well as soap that
is positively exquisite! Evermore
lit ad art director at Metro-Gold-
wyn-Mayer, and his associate,
Merril Pye, the curtain stairs re
quired more than two months to
construct. It was especially proc-
essed so that it
the players to execute their
dances without danger.
when told to "go to Grass,” I will
__ I lemomber this first
' Mrs. Paul Tucker and infant' eX.CUrSi°n and nevcr !"ore wi“ 1
daughter Mary Ruth, are gettin-1 !"‘nd beinK to!d to *° there- fo'
nicely at the home of Mr. and1 m,cmory of that beautiful lit-1
Mrs. Otti Schirmer, grandparents r salosfrl wlth the effervescent |
on route 1. The child was born 1 r°''sona]lty an<l delightfully amus-!
there Wednesday. | ms broken Engish parlance, will!
___ j always linger—long after the var-1
' Mrs. Lynn Milburn and daugV 'T an<l “0,leui's” ahp and
1 Mrs. intrigued me into buy-1
ing have faded into oblivion. If
there be a moral to this account
of our visit to Grasse, it is that
no married man should take his
wife to a perfume factory where
there is a devasta ingiy petite'
* | mr ~ i French hostess, else the wife will
Mltner Mlln Y Oil j certainly cash in on the situation
WITH KEN ' by working o her advantage, with1
A—_______(U) '-he hostess, - iring he husband’s
■ Personality scents or perfume ( coma of faseinaton! We return
especially blended according to | to Nice followig this cxpereinc,.
Surpassing those women who
toast of mixing marriage and ca-
reer, Elizabeth Jenns, interna-
tionaly renowned society beauty,
is mingling marriage, honeymoon,
career and American film debut
On the eve of her recent mar-
riage in England to Harry Crock-
was possible for j, e\’< Los AnKeles sportsman, so-
cialite and newspaper executive,
the Selznick International studio,
which had had her under con-
When the* curtain falls back- .— ■ ----- — • - ~ ~—
j ward to become dancing stairs,1 ■mhmhhrmmmii*
I the spectacular Bi’oadway set is
interesting* reveajed. Twelve modernistic
buildings were raised from one to
eight stoi-ies in height by means
of 10,000 pounds pressure. Hun-
dreds of trucks, cabs and cars
Today is promotion day ii
Morning worship at 10:45.
Special music, solo, “Consider and
He n* Me,” Otha Odell.
Sermon — “The Progressive
Children’s hour at 2:30.
Young people’s dramatic service
Evening service at 7:30. Special
music, “He Was Nailed to the
Cross for Me.” Sermon, “The
Observing Sunday, September
26, as Gold Star Mothers’ Day,|
ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE
KRAFT BLDG., 531 W. MAIN ST.
the pastor, Rev. Don L. Harwell,
S T A
LAST TIMES TODAY
TOM KEENE in
"THE LAW COMMANDS”
For further detail* and inspection see
Mr. E. N. Berglund Kraft Phenix Cheese Corpv
SUNDAY and MONDAY
m* msaaan .............. wax*
HER TO FAME-
LAST TIMES TODAY
“THE ROAD BACK”
SEQUFL TO "ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT”
ter of Plainview have been visiting
her mother Mr- and Mrs. R. L.
Lvnch of Oherrymmind, Misse:
Fay and Grace Lynch, 908 West1
one’s taste and fancy is a serious
and important industry in Grasse
Many of the royalty and other-
'wise of Europe (and America)
make special trips here for this
purpose. Not only perfume but
many other toilet articles are made
In this factory, including faco
just barely in
train and say
make their way around the set,
operated by a man sitting at an
electrical “traffic” switchboard.
Neon signs flicker, revealing the
names of former Broadway favor
ites, including Montgomery and
Stone, A! Jo'son, Lillian Russell,
Marilyn Miller, Lew Fieds, Char
He Chaplin, Sophie Tucker,
George M. Cohan, Ziegfeid, Ed-
die Leonard, Gaby Deslys and
McIntyre and Heath.
Before revealing the giass cur-
tain, four sets of heavy satin
curtains were pulled to the top
of the stage in twenty sections,
by the same mystery process which
was used in the “Pretty Girl is
.........f'n°d ^yc, uljl Like n Melody” set in “The Great
Riviera. We journey back around, Zj fcd „ 1 “eut,
nai goinous crest o' ti.e Medi-
terranean that we first covered
by boat from Genoa, enroute to
the great tr’Ctie and musical cen-
ter, Florence, Italy.
Where Does All
The Money Go?
This Problem is Best Solved
^}nd killed the
man she loved!
The stub of your checkbook
cancelled vouchers will give you
a complete and permanent record
of where your money was spent.
There are many other advantages
to be gained through a checking
account with his bank.
L A Unitpd Artl«»» Piclur. ?V*Y ”
The number, which is done in
eight sections, features Taylor,
Miss Powell, Murphy, Sophie
Tucker, Judy Gorin, Buddy Eb-
with George Murphy
BETTY BOOP CARTOON
IN 1 IcnnxcOuwS
OUR GANG COMEDY
1 T ‘ ........ ■ ' IPp’—’’ ‘F'F *" ■ V ^miMwuwLyiii.
IANK OF DENISON 1
Member ot .Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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